ⓘ The Voice: la plus belle voix, season 2. The Voice: la plus belle voix was the second season of the French reality singing competition, created by media tycoon ..

                                     

ⓘ The Voice: la plus belle voix (season 2)

The Voice: la plus belle voix was the second season of the French reality singing competition, created by media tycoon John de Mol. It was aired from February 2013 to May 2013 on TF1.

One of the important premises of the show is the quality of the singing talent. Four coaches, themselves popular performing artists, train the talents in their group and occasionally perform with them. Talents are selected in blind auditions, where the coaches cannot see, but only hear the auditioner.

The coaches were Florent Pagny, Jenifer, Louis Bertignac and Garou. The Second Season ended on May 18, 2013, Yoann Freget was declared the winner.

                                     

1. Overview

– Winning Coach/Contestant. Winner and finalists are in bold, eliminated contestants in small font. – Runner-Up Coach/Contestant. Final contestant first listed. – 2nd Runner-Up Coach/Contestant. Final contestant first listed.
                                     

2. Results

Stage 1: "Auditions à laveugle" Blind Auditions

The Blind Auditions were broadcast on 2, 9, 16, 23 February and 2 and 9 March 2013.

Episode 10: April 6, 2013

Teams after the battle rounds

Contestants retained after battle rounds, who will go to the live rounds in blue, the contestants stolen by other teams:

Stage 3: "Primes" Live Shows

The primes were broadcast in 6 episodes including 3 in the initial rounds, and one each for quarter finals, semi-finals and the final.

Episode 12 - Prime 2: 20 April 2013

– Contestant saved by the public vote – Contestant saved by coach – Contestant eliminated Contestants after two rounds of prime shows
                                     

2.1. Results Stage 1: "Auditions à laveugle" Blind Auditions

The Blind Auditions were broadcast on 2, 9, 16, 23 February and 2 and 9 March 2013.

                                     

2.2. Results Episode 10: April 6, 2013

Teams after the battle rounds

Contestants retained after battle rounds, who will go to the live rounds in blue, the contestants stolen by other teams:

                                     

2.3. Results Stage 3: "Primes" Live Shows

The primes were broadcast in 6 episodes including 3 in the initial rounds, and one each for quarter finals, semi-finals and the final.

                                     

2.4. Results Episode 11 - Prime 1: 13 April 2013

In the initial; primes, each coach presents 5 contestants. One is voted by the public, one saved by the coach and three are eliminated. In total, each coach will drop 6 of his contestants to end up with just four each

– Contestant saved by the public vote – Contestant saved by coach – Contestant eliminated


                                     

2.5. Results Episode 12 - Prime 2: 20 April 2013

– Contestant saved by the public vote – Contestant saved by coach – Contestant eliminated Contestants after two rounds of prime shows
                                     

2.6. Results Episode 13 - Prime 3: 27 April 2013

In the Top 16 stage four for each coach, public vote saves one contestant and the coach saves another of his team, eliminating the remaining two from his team

– Contestant saved by the public vote – Contestant saved by coach – Contestant eliminated List of songs outside competition
                                     

2.7. Results Episode 14 - Prime 4 - Quarter-finals: 4 May 2013

Top 12, with three remaining contestants per team perform with one each saved by the public vote, one saved by coach and one eliminated per team. Eight contestants will remain in competition at the end of the quarter-finals and will tour France at the end of the season.

– Contestant saved by the public vote – Contestant saved by coach – Contestant eliminated Performances outside competition Songs outside competition
                                     

2.8. Results Episode 15 - Prime 5 - Semi-finals: 11 May 2013

In the semi-finals and the finals, the two best candidates per team qualify in each team.

Votes are based on 150 points in total: Each coach would place his 50 points between his final 2 contestants. He should not distribute them equally but should give advantage to one of his /her two finalists. The votes of the public will be allocated based on votes for a total of 100 points. One contestant per team reaches the final.

– Contestant qualifies to the final – Contestant eliminated Performances outside competition
                                     

2.9. Results Episode 16 - Prime 6 - Finals: 18 May 2013

The final was broadcast live on 18 May 2013. The four finalists, the best in each team would compete against each other for the first and last time during the show, as all previous confrontations were contestants from their own respective teams.

Each finalist would sing four songs each. One with their respective coaches, a song with a well-known artist and two songs in solo one in French and one in English. Only the public decides the season winner.

Five artists were invited to perform in the finals. Will.i.am performed four songs with all four finalists. The other four, being Lara Fabian, Patrick Bruel, Christophe Mae et Zaz accompanied one of the finalists each in their songs.

Winner of the season would win 150.000 Euros and a contract with an important record label.

At the end, the coaches sang "Stand by Me" from Ben E. King.

The four finalistes sont:

Performances outside competition
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